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[http://www.humyo.com/10384938/1888%20streets/?a=hAReMQxOrwk Post Office Directory of London, 1888, Street Directory]<br />
 
[http://www.humyo.com/10384938/1888%20streets/?a=hAReMQxOrwk Post Office Directory of London, 1888, Street Directory]<br />
:PDF files containing scans for different initial letters, provided by ''protohistorian''. (N.B. the site can be a bit temperamental, but all the files should be accessible. Free registration is available if required.)
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:PDF files containing scans for different initial letters, provided by ''protohistorian''. (N.B. the site can be a bit temperamental, but all the files should be accessible. Free registration is available if required. Further guidance and discussion can be found on [http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=4618 this Casebook discussion thread].)
  
 
[http://yourarchives.nationalarchives.gov.uk/index.php?title=Your_Archives:Historical_Streets_Project Historical Streets Project] (Your Archives, National Archives)<br />
 
[http://yourarchives.nationalarchives.gov.uk/index.php?title=Your_Archives:Historical_Streets_Project Historical Streets Project] (Your Archives, National Archives)<br />

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Post Office Directory of London, 1888, Street Directory

PDF files containing scans for different initial letters, provided by protohistorian. (N.B. the site can be a bit temperamental, but all the files should be accessible. Free registration is available if required. Further guidance and discussion can be found on this Casebook discussion thread.)

Historical Streets Project (Your Archives, National Archives)

Online collection, in progress, of street indexes to the censuses of England and Wales for 1841-1891.